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DVD Compatibility prob.

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by case1, May 26, 2004.

  1. case1

    case1 Member

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    whats popin people heres my situation: when i rip my dvd i use DVD Decrypter. Now, when i rip a DVD-5 movie (that makes an exact duplicate of the original) and create the ISO R/W from DVD Decrypter and then use DVDCopy2 to capture the ISO, and the actually burn it on the a DVD-R, to end result is that the dvd works on everything from my dvd player, dvd-rom and ps2.
    Now my question in hand is, when i do this process for a DVD-9, i usw DVD Decrypter, but instead of ISO mode i us the file mode. Rip that and then use DVD2One 1.40 to shrink the dvd. After that i use DVDCopy2 to burn the VIDEO_TS file. When all that is done i try to play it on my dvd player and ps2 nothing,dvd rom it works. what might yall think is the the problem? thanks
     
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    You don't need to rip a DVD-5 in order to produce a back-up since nearly all DVD-5 discs do not have copyright encryption and you do not need to shrink the files, so you just copy directly with your burning rom. As for DVD-9 discs try using DVD Shrink. It's much simpler.
     
  3. creamteam

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    Does it play on ur PS2 with out a mod chip?
     
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    I don't have a PS2 but I believe all backed-up discs should play on them.
     
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    I don't have a PS2 but I believe all backed-up discs should play on them.
     

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